#Fees2017: Growing calls for immediate stop to violent protests
Govt says increasing of violence and destruction of property associated with student protests is unwarranted.
#Braamfontein: Were Wits students part of group arrested during clashes?
Nine people were arrested and several students left injured following clashes in the area.
#FeesMustFall: KZN students to march to Durban Habour on Tuesday
The students agreed last month to taking the protest to the private and the governmental strategic sectors.
TUT extends shut down until Wednesday
The institution closed its doors two weeks ago due to the ongoing Fee Must Fall protests.
KZN learner receives top honours at Eskom expo
S’nenhlanhla Dlamini invented a smart system which helps monitor energy usage in households.
Madikizela-Mandela's nephew due in court for house breaking
Zolile Madikizela was arrested for housebreaking after he allegedly stole his grandmother’s plasma TV.
Nzimande meets with Nehawu president, chair of Zululand University
In the separate meetings, Blade Nzimande tried to assist the parties in ending the Fees Must Fall strike.
KZN matriculant excited after winning scholarship to study in Germany
S’nenhlanhla Dlamini won a full scholarship at the 2016 Eskom Expo for Young Scientists fair.
GED ready for 2016 matric examination
Over 800,000 grade 12 learners will be sitting for the national senior certificate examinations.
Man who shot driver in the head after car crash charged
Paramedics found the victim sitting on the pavement with a gunshot wound to the front of his head.
DA, Cope to join forces in protest against Motsoeneng
The DA’s Mabine Seabe says Hlaudi Motsoeneng should not be employed in any capacity at the SABC.
Bench Marks Foundation Bishop says free education is possible
Bishop Jo Seoka says SA is rich with mineral resources and can be used to fund free tertiary education.
3 due in court for murder in NW
It's understood the suspects aged between 68 and 76 beat a 24-year-old man suspected of cattle theft.
Woman bust with Sassa cards, cash
The Social Development Ministry received a tip-off from a member of the public.
Cope to join action against SABC over Motsoeneng's appointment
Yesterday, the DA announced it will march to the SABC's offices against Motsoeneng’s appointment.
DA to march to SABC's offices over Motsoeneng's recent appointment
The SABC announced Motsoeneng had been appointed as group executive for corporate affairs.
Consumers could feel the pinch of petrol hike
Economists say the consumer price index will increase due to the petrol price.
Ongoing feuds between govt entities blamed for petrol increase
Economist Thabi Leoka says a dark cloud around Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan played a major role.